Here are 15 Lisbon restaurants where you can enjoy dining with a view of the Tejo River. Whether you want a casual waterfront restaurant with a view and are planning to spend less than 20€, or you are looking for a gourmet meal with impeccable service, a view of the water, and can afford to spend 200€ per person – there are great options for all.
All of these Lisbon restaurants are either on the waterfront, or they have a fantastic view of the water. That likely also means you will be able to watch the sunset depending on your timing.
A few of the restaurants are actually across the river in Cacilhas (Almada), and provide fantastic views of Lisbon.
Quiosque Ribeira das Naus right on the river
Avenida Ribeira das Naus, 5.
Just west of Praça do Comércio. You can sit under an umbrella and wile away a sunny afternoon with a drink and a snack for less than 20€ at this riverside kiosk. They serve pastries, sandwiches, pizzas, beer, wine, and typical cocktails. For more information on Lisbon’s many kiosks see my article, Lisbon’s Kiosks – A popular tradition that you will love
Madame Petisca rooftop with views of the Tejo
Madame Petisca is mentioned in my article, Best rooftop bars in Lisbon.
Rua de Santa Catarina 17
T: 351 915 150 860
Madame Petisca Rooftop Bar is a very casual place with indoor and outdoor seating and cocktails going for 9€ or 10€, and they serve hardy petiscas (Portuguese for tapas). Home – Madame Petisca :: Food • Beverage • Experienc
Noobai – a multilevel rooftop with river views
Calcada Salvador Correia de Sá / 40 and 42
Located next door the Miradouro de Santa Catarina viewpoint, Ultimate guide to the Miradouro de Santa Catarina viewpoint, this rooftop restaurant and bar has indoor seating as well as three terraces with views of the city, the Tejo River, and the 25 of April Bridge. Noobai (noobaicafe.com)
Open year-round from noon til late night. The kitchen serves Mediterranean dishes, salads, tapas, sandwiches, and desserts. They also serve energy drinks, vitamin drinks, hot and cold tea, as well as a full wine and cocktail bar.
Nosolo Italia – Belém
Avenida Brasília, 202.
T: 351 282 341 543 (Belém location)
Average prices are below €16 in a riverfront setting near the Monument to the Discoveries. Nosolo Italia serves pizza, pasta, salads, sandwiches, carpaccio, desserts, and ice cream. Home – Nosolo Italia Belém Nosolo Italia also has a location at Praça do Comércio. See my article, Praça do Comércio – Everything you need to know – lisbontravelideas.com
Avenida Brasilia, Edificio Espelho d’Agua
Email for Belém location: email@example.com
Email for Cais do Sodré location: firstname.lastname@example.org
This brewery has been in business for 95 years and has several locations including Avenida Almirante Reis, 117, and two riverfront locations – Avenida Brasilia, Edificio Espelho d’Àgua in Belém located a half a mile from the Belém Tower, and Rua da Cintura do Porto de Lisboa.
This beer hall is known for their sirloin, rump, grilled, and fillet steaks served with Portugalia sauce. They also have great croquets.
Rua da Cintura do Porto de Lisboa, Armazém 65
T: 351 963 342 983
Hours: Monday – Sunday, noon – 11 pm
Official site: https://www.montemar.pt/en/Menu/Home.aspx
The weekday lunchtime executive menu includes hake fillets, steak, or portobello mushrooms,with a soup and drink included for 19.50€.
House specialties include grouper loin served with butter and lemon sauce (26€), and Hake fillets with cockle rice (24.50€)
You can also find a tenderloin (58€) or a sirloin (28€) at Monte Mar, if you prefer.
The seafood menu is extensive. At the low end, a serving of grilled squid is 21€, and rock lobster is 125€.
Ponto Final – waterfront dining with a view of Lisbon
Rua do Jinjal, 72, Almada
T: 351 212 760 743
Almada, Portugal (across the river, near the 25 of April Bridge)
If you take the ferry from Cais do Sodré to Almada or Calhariz (1.50€ each way, twenty minutes per trip), exit the ferry, go to the right and follow the water until the end at Ponto Final (the End Point).
What will you find at the end point? An industrial looking building sitting on a concrete platform jutting out into the water. Old metal tables and chairs, but the area is heated on chilly days, or you can opt to dine inside.
The restaurant looks west toward the 25 of April bridge, where you can see a fantastic sunset. You also get a great view of Lisbon from the opposite side of the river.
Their signature dish is arroz do tamboril – monkfish rice. Don’t let the casual decor fool you, you will need reservations to eat here. Dinner for two, roughly 45€.
Official website: Ponto Final Restaurante Almada | Almada | Facebook
Amarra Ó Tejo Tasting Restaurant
Jardim do Castelo, Almada, or Largo 1 de Maio, or Rua Henriques Nogeira
T: 351 212 730 621
While Ponto Final is more casual, Amarra Ó Tejo is more elegant, with its white tablecloths and view of the 25 of April Bridge. Both restaurants are located in Almada, on the south bank of the Tejo River, opposite Lisbon.
Ponto Final is on the water, whereas Amarra Ó Tejo is on the clifftop overseeing everything. You can take an elevator to get up there from the riverside.
The dining room has a glass wall providing fantastic views of the water and Lisbon, and then there is plenty of outdoor seating as well.
A family-owned restaurant that opened in 2001, internationally known Chef Ferran Adríà has fond memories of eating at Amarra Ó Tejo. Source: http://amarraotejo.pt/
Amarra Ó Tejo is comfortable and a bit romantic. it’s known as a great place for a date or a special occasion, with its fantastic views of Lisbon and great sunsets.
Fish dishes are around 20€. They have a few vegetarian options as well. There menu can be found at: https://qrcode.emenuk.com/menu/53d76ee668dcda7416331ee5d6cd23c4
Atira-te Ao Rio – waterfront dining with a view of Lisbon
Cais do Ginjal, 69-70, Almada
T: 351 212 751 380
Hours: 11 am – 11 pm
At Atira-te Ao Rio, you can dine within feet of the Tejo River and have outstanding views of Lisbon. The restaurant is just a short walk to the right of the ferry terminal. Just follow the river.
Atira-te Ao Rio is known for excellent food, great service, and amazing views of Lisbon.
Entrees are 20€ or less. You can find swordfish, roasted octopus, catch of the day, pork loin, serloin steak, or duck breast.
Finish with tiramisu, a mousse, or a chocolate brownie.
For reservations: https://atirateaorio.com/
Pharmacia Felicidade overlooks the water
Rua Marechal Saldanha, 1 (in front of the Miradouro de Santa Catarina viewpoint)
T: 351 213 462 146
Hours: 1 pm – 1 am
Pharmacia Felicidade is located in the Museum of Pharmacy building. The interior is charming and set up to resemble a late nineteenth or early 20th-century pharmacy.
If the weather is nice, the outdoor seating is in a beautiful garden overlooking the river.
Given its location at the Pharmacy Museum, the designer cocktails follow a medical theme and include names such as Hipnótico, Hipertensor, and Cardiotónico.
The menu is inspired by the Algarve region, and might include items such as steak, duck croquetes, pork cheek, cod, or fried octopus.
For reservations, email email@example.com or try their page at https://www.facebook.com/restaurantepharmacia
Restaurante do Clube Naval de Lisboa
Avenida de Brasilia, Doca de Belém, Edificio do Clube Naval
T: 351 213 636 014
Hours: noon – 10 pm. Closed on Tuesdays.
The Naval Club of Lisboa has a rotating menu every day. Offerings may include scarlet shrimp, oysters, portabellas with bacon, stuffed squid, pork medallions, T bone stake, or fresh catch of the day. For reservations: https://m.facebook.com/100063764641977/
BAHR and Terrace has great views
Praça Luís de Camões, 2, fifth floor (Chiado)
T: 351 213 408 253
Hours: Breakfast 7:30 – noon, lunch 1 pm – 4 pm, dinner 7 pm – midnight.
The Bairro Alto Hotel Restaurant and Terrace is one of the most popular options for fine dining in Lisbon.
BAHR & Terrace is known for great service, outstanding cocktails, interesting architecture, and a great terrace with waterfront views. Reservations are always necessary. Official site: https://www.bahr.pt/pt/
SUD Lisboa – luxury dining on the waterfront
Pavilhão Poente, in Belém, beside the Museum of Art, Architecture, and Technology (MAAT).
T: 352 211 592 700
Hours: Open every day from 12 pm – 2 am.
SUD Lisboa Pool Lounge and Terraza offers an upscale environment for the well-healed public to enjoy poolside signature cocktails while overlooking the river and the 25 of April Bridge.
There is a fine dining room, and a rooftop lounge and pool with a dj.
The meat appetizers run from 29€ for guinea fowl to 98€ for Wellington Veal Loin or for prime rib. Low temperature codfish is 33€, and a seafood platter for two including lobster and tiger prawns and red scarlet prawns sells for 190€. All pasta dishes are also available for below 50€.
Official website: https://sudlisboa.com/sud-lisboa-terrazza/
Feitoria – Michelin Star with a view of the Tejo
Doca do Bom Sucesso, Located in the Altis Hotel in Belém
T: 351 210 400 208
Michelin Star Feitoria is currently under the direction of Chef André Cruz.
Chef João Rodriguez left Feitoria last year to pursue his non-profit Projecto Materia which helps connect local produce and meat providers with restaurants.
Chef Cruz was part of the team that opened Feitoria, and served as souschef at under Chef João Rodriguez .
Six Moments Menu is 150€ per person, plus an 80€ wine pairing.
Eight Moments Menu is 180€ per person. The wine pairing is an additional 95€ per person.
Six Moments Whole Vegetarian Menu is 110€ with an 80€ wine pairing.
Eight Moments Whole Vegetarian Menu is offered for 130€, plus a wine pairing for 95€ per person.
Restaurant Feitoria | Michelin Star Restaurant in Lisbon (restaurantefeitoria.com)
Fifty Seconds – Michelin Star
Hotel Myriad by Sana
Cais das Naus, Lote 2.2.01, Parque das Nações
T 351 211 525 380
Hours: Sunday lunch 12:30 – last seating at 2 pm, Dinners Tuesday – Saturday 7 pm – last seating 9:30 pm. Closed Sunday and Monday.
Located on the top-floor of the Myriad Hotel in Parque das Nações, the elevator ride to the restaurant takes 50 seconds.
The restaurant offers stunning views of Lisbon and the river.
Another chef from the Basque Country, Martin Berasategui started working in the family restaurant at age 13. By 21 he was in charge, and at 26, he won his first of several Michelin Stars (eight in Portugal).
He is currently considered one of the top 30 chefs in the world.
The Fifty Seconds Menu includes cod, foie-gras, basil soup, Iberian ham, pork´s tail cannelloni and aubergine tortellini, steamed sea bass, caviar
charcoal grilled ox fillet, potato and pancetta terrine, bone marrow jus, and dessert for 160 euros.
The Tasting Menu, for 190 euros, includes gooseneck barnacles and caviar, jalapeño, licorice ice cream and cucumber mayonnaise,
sautéed sea scallop, cauliflower cream and chives, noisette butter foam and sherry vinegar, Oscietra caviar, blue lobster, hake ‘’al pil pil” of fine herbs, red mullet with crispy scales, royal pigeon, and dessert.
Make reservations on their website.
Fifty Seconds by Martín Berasategui – Torre V. Gama, Lisboa (fiftysecondsexperience.com)
Map of Lisbon Restaurants with a view of the Tejo River
Do you need other ideas for dining in Lisbon? Obviously, you will find outstanding seafood in Lisbon. See my article, Finding the best seafood in Lisbon to get the lowdown. If you have had your fill of seafood, then maybe it is time to find one of the Best places to eat steak in Lisbon
As the seat of a former colonial empire and with people emigrating every day, you will have lots of opportunities to try authentic foreign foods that you might not be able to get at home. See my article, Best places to try ethnic food in Lisbon
If you are on a budget, see my Europe’s best fast food – the Doner Kebab – In Lisbon!
Vegans and vegetarians should have a look at my article, How to fit vegan restaurants into a day of site-seeing in Lisbon
I am not affiliated with any business mentioned in this article. Hours and prices may change. Thank you for reading “15 Lisbon Restaurants with a View of the Tejo River.”